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  1. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hi guys, I'm new here. I've recently finished my first woodworking project. A work desk atop a welded frame construction. The desk is European beech that has been sanded down to quite flat as it wasn't from the seller. After the sanding down I put on a couple of coats of protective primer and...
  2. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hello, I just acquired a vintage butch block table, date stamped Nov 1916. The table has been neglected. The table has some serious cracks along glue lines and some wood that is cracking across the grain. The table is 26x34 around 10 inches thick. Currently, there is one through bolt...
  3. Design & Plans
    Hi All, I'm planning to build a round 'butcher block' style dining room table. It will be 5 feet in diameter, and just to make life interesting I plan to join the staves radially instead of the standard parallel assembly you see on counter-tops. I've attached a sketch of the assembly. The...
  4. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hi all, My son purchased an 1850s French butcher block table and it needs some work. I am an accomplished builder and furniture maker with almost all tools need (including power and hand). However, I have never tackled the dismantling and reconstruction of one of the ole guys. It weighs over...
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